2020–21 International Student Aid - Transfer
Note: This information is valid for new transfer students entering Cedarville in 2020–21.
Transfer Academic and Achievement Scholarships
Transfer President's Excellence Scholarship
Award: $11,000 per year
Criteria: 3.75 Combined College Cum GPA or higher
Transfer Chancellor's Excellence Scholarship
Award: $9,000 per year
Criteria: 3.5–3.749 Combined College Cum GPA
Transfer Dean's Excellence Scholarship
Award: $7,000 per year
Criteria: 3.2–3.499 Combined College Cum GPA
Transfer Faculty Excellence Scholarship
Award: $5,000 per year
Criteria: 3.0–3.199 Combined College Cum GPA
Transfer Cedarville Achievement Scholarship
Award: $3,000 per year
Criteria: Less than 3.0 Combined College Cum GPA
International Need-based Scholarships
Through generous gifts from our donors along with budgeted institutional funds, the University offers International Student Scholarships to help cover a portion of a students' unmet financial need.
Complete the International Student Financial Form for 2020-21 year to be considered for this scholarship (scholarships are calculated annually).
Notes: Transfer scholarship decisions are based on college transcripts received by Cedarville by:
- July 30th for those beginning fall term
- January 15th for those beginning spring term
Please review the following important deadlines and information:
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
International transfer students may be eligible for additional scholarships (Academic Program, Athletic, President's Ministry Impact Scholarship and/or Donor-funded)
Athletic Scholarships are awarded to top-performing athletes on an individual basis by the coaches.
President's Ministry Impact Scholarship. Celebrating Cedarville's strong support for the local church and those who invest their lives in full-time ministry, this scholarship is awarded to selected students whose parent is in full-time ministry and who demonstrate excellent Christian character and leadership abilities. An application is required.
Donor-Funded Scholarships. Donor-funded scholarships allow donors to meet individual student needs or recognize academic achievement through annually funded or endowed named scholarships.
Cedarville University seeks to use institutional funding wisely in order to allow more students to receive funding. There may be instances where a student has scholarships and grants (institutional and outside) that exceed direct University charges. Thus, in cases where a student's total financial aid (gift-based aid) is above direct University charges, Cedarville will reduce other forms of institutional gift-based aid so as not to exceed your bill amount.
A student must be enrolled full-time to receive institutional aid. 12 hours is considered full-time for undergraduates. Enrolling in less than 12 hours will result in institutional aid being fully rescinded.